Danish Government Announces 60M DKK For WFP-Related Partnerships Linking Food Aid, Access To Contraception

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark: The Danish Government Donates 60 mill. DKK to Partnerships that Promote Women’s Access to Contraception in Connection with Distribution of Food Aid
“Minister for Development Cooperation, Ulla Tørnæs, has signed a Letter of Intent regarding a Danish donation of 60 million DKK to the U.N. World Food Programme’s, WFP’s, work with women’s and girls’ access to contraception in humanitarian crisis. … The Danish fund of 60 Million DKK will make it possible to develop and strengthen partnerships and methods, which will advance women’s and girls’ protection and rights with a starting point in food assistance” (5/8).

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